The Association is always seeking enthusiastic individuals who are prepared to take ownership (sole or shared) of Dunkirk Little Ships.
Sometimes Little Ships become available that require extensive renovation whilst on other occasions vessels are in pristine condition. Generally speaking the market price will reflect the condition.
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Little Ships known to be for sale are listed below:
The information on Little Ships for sale is compiled from various sources and believed to be correct at the time of publishing. If you are aware of a Little Ship for sale or if indeed a Little Ship so listed is not actually for sale then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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On sale through Boatshed Hayling Island. Contact Ross Farncombe, Tel: +44 (0)2392 001256, Mobile: +44 (0)7552 169212
Seamew is a Gentleman's Motor Yacht, and Dunkirk Little Ship, built in 1936 by Williams & Parkinson in North Wales. A twin screw motor ship of 37' 6" long and 12.26 tons, she is registered with Lloyds from 1939 to 2012. (All documents are with the current owner). The structure of Seamew is pitch pine on oak and teak deck. All sails, rigging and equipment is included together with all original mahogany furniture and a dinghy - everything is ready to sail.
Seamew is available to view by appointment afloat in Peel Marina, Isle of Man. Travel costs to view will be refunded on purchase. See http://www.hscboats.co.uk/website/prdseamew.htm or call 01491 578870
Regrettably now in need of a complete refit, guide price £10,000.
Full details on the website www.classicyachtbrokerage.co.uk
Due to the current owners health Forty-Two has been neglected in recent years after being partly re-planked and re-decked about 8 years ago.
She is currently afloat with running engines on the non-tidal River Severn.
1937, 34ft Osborne of Littlehampton. Twin BMC (Argos) engines recently fully reconditioned. Sleeps four. Recently completed the return to Dunkirk. Sound vessel that requires a small amount of completion. Lying Leigh on Sea. Full history available.
For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Built 1938 Timms Boatyard LOA 30’ beam 9'.4” draft 2’.4”. Centre wheelhouse , sleeps 4, powered by Beta Marine diesel. Complete restoration 2013-2015, mint condition, immaculately equipped, lying afloat Marlow. See www.apolloduck.co.uk ( search 433579) or contact email@example.com
Reygate II has been gradually restored over the last 15 years with the emphasis on sturdiness and reliability rather than smartness! An interior makeover would be desirable but has not been a priority. The owner, Brian Woolven (07717 824299) is in his 70s and wishes to see the boat go to someone who can continue the work of tidying her up and keeping this historic vessel viable. She is strong and sturdy, mechanically very good and comes to life when she gets under way. She has a lot of history, including 2 trips to Dunkirk but now needs further TLC!
She is in dry dock at the moment for a bottom paint.
Owning this boat is an ongoing affair and needs someone practical to take care of her.
She is in Beacon boatyard, Rochester (ME13HS). please ring Brian (number above) or Dave Small on 07866 553415 to arrange a viewing.
Asking price in the region of £10,000
4 Oct 2016
The Dunkirk Little Ship, Glala, is a classic 78' motor yacht built before the First World War. Beam 13’. Displacement 51 tons. Teak on oak construction. Further works were carried out in the 1920’s by Camper & Nicholsons. She bears the flags of the National Historic Fleet (No.1998) and the Association of Dunkirk Little Ships.
Glala was built by A.R. Luke & Sons in the Hamble (Lloyds Register No. 144471). Glala is now partially restored and looking for a new owner. The large engine room houses twin Gardner 6LXB engines, refurbished, in place, but not installed. Internal layout plans are available for a galley, heads and berths for 8; the cabin headroom is a substantial 7' 6" that will afford an open feel to the ship once completed. The beautiful 2" teak decks are already in place and all fixtures and fittings stripped off and set aside. This is a fabulous and probably a one off opportunity to own a striking and historic vessel and as such Glala richly deserves the opportunity to cruise the seas once again. Further photographs are available on request.
Guide price £100,000
For more information please contact Sarah Woolley 07799-654113 firstname.lastname@example.org; www.stanleyandthomas.co.uk
For further information on any of the above feel free to contact email@example.com (January 2016)